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Essie Mae Washington-Williams
... (born October 12, 1925) is the oldest child of the late Strom Thurmond, the former Governor of South Carolina and longtime United States Senator ... a 16-year-old black girl who worked as a household servant for Thurmond's parents, and Thurmond, then 22 and unmarried ... did not reveal her biological father's identity until she was 78 years old, after Thurmond's death in 2003 ...
Chris Thurmond
... Chris Thurmond (born c ... Thurmond led the Cougars in the 2007 Texas Bowl after Art Briles left before the game to become head coach of the Baylor Bears football team ...
Mike Thurmond
... Thurmond (born 5 January 1953) is the interim superintendent of the DeKalb County School District, the third largest district in the state of Georgia ... Thurmond was the Democratic Party's nominee for United States Senate in 2010 ... Thurmond was raised as a sharecropper's son in Clarke County, Georgia ...
Thurmond, North Carolina - Demographics
... Thurmond's Zip Code Tabulation Area (Zip Code 28683) has a population of about 1,611 as of the 2000 census ... Thurmond's Religion is mainly Southern Baptist and United Methodist ... Shoals Siloam Slate Mountain State Road Stony Knoll Thurmond Turkey Ford Union Cross Union Hill Westfield‡ White Sulphur Springs Woodville Zephyr Footnotes ‡This populated place also has portions in an adjacent ...
South Carolina Gubernatorial Election, 1946 - General Election
... The general election was held on November 5, 1946 and Strom Thurmond was elected the next governor of South Carolina without opposition ... South Carolina Gubernatorial Election, 1946 Party Candidate Votes % ±% Democratic Strom Thurmond 26,520 100.0 0.0 Majority 26,520 100.0 0.0 Turnout 26,520 Democratic hold ...